Monday, September 30, 2013

Options for iPhone Screen Repair

Some mobile devices like the iPhone can be incredibly sensitive and damage-prone. A simple trip or fall may damage your iPhone‘s screens or, worse, ruin its primary features. Fortunately, there are quite a number of options to save your iPhone from complete destruction.

One upside to choosing iPhone devices is that you get the chance of having two repair services at a pre-determined low cost by way of AppleCare. For a low premium, you can have your iPhone screen fixed or replaced. AppleCare premium costs $99, while touch screen replacements cost an additional $49 – certainly a cheaper option compared to purchasing a new phone.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Computer Support: Small Businesses Need it Too

If you think that only large enterprises and international firms need to worry about computer safety, think again. According to PC World, about 31 percent of all cyber attacks in the United States last 2012 targeted small businesses that usually have little to no network security measures in place. Some of these attacks could have been avoided had these businesses regularly updated their anti-virus programs or even created a hard-to-crack password.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Find a Company for iPhone Screen Repair

According to a report by CNET, 23 percent of iPhone users have broken, smashed, or cracked screens; the average length of time people put up with a cracked iPhone screen is reportedly six months. Most people refuse to have their iPhones fixed because their AppleCare policies have expired, while out-of-warranty replacements can get pretty pricy. However, you can always find a third-party repair provider that offers fair pricing.

Friday, September 13, 2013

The Benefits of the Internet to Small Businesses

The growing use of the Internet and its many applications has given small businesses everywhere an unprecedented opportunity for growth and the means to compete with big businesses. With the Internet, small businesses have a platform through which to advertise their products and services to a wide range of customers at a much faster rate and at a lower cost than traditional advertising practices. It also allows fast and almost instantaneous interaction between buyers and sellers.